Retired homicide detective Arn Anderson is drawn into suspicious deaths that occurred at VA Medical Facilities hundred of miles apart. As his investigation unfolds, he is drawn to certain unusual patterns in the death of two veterans.
Local reporter Ana Maria Villarreal researches other details and learns there are six more that have died—seemingly by natural means—in restrooms in VA centers in two states. Victims that have all been prior officers in the military.
Praise for Hunting the Saturday Night Strangler:
“Effectively combines lurking menace and laid-back charm…Readers will look forward to Arn’s next outing.”―Publishers Weekly
Praise for the Bitter Wind Mysteries:
“A slow-burning cold case with copious clues, conscientious detection, a high body count, periodic interruptions from the killer’s viewpoint, and all the pages and pages of unraveling you’d expect from such a generously plotted mystery.”―Kirkus Reviews
“Wendelboe is a skilled writer who ratchets up the suspense.”―Margaret Coel, New York Times bestselling author of Winter’s Child